My City My Responsibility - Revenge of the Bisons!!!
Friday, March 12, 2021
On 6th of March, after almost a year we could undertake our #ChallengingThanos monthly activity where we relax in a Cafe or a restaurant and share knowledge over a trending issue in the city.
In her talk, Dr. Priyadarshani Karve looks at climate change through different lenses. She talks about her invention, 'Samuchit Personal Carbon Footprint Calculator' as an impactful tool to combat this problem and not ignore the environment's crucial call!
Cooks by steaming, up to three items at a time – slow cooking at low temperature leads to more tasty and nutritious food.
Charcoal or char briquettes made from waste biomass.
About 100-150 g of charcoal/char briquettes is sufficient for cooking a meal
Cooking time – 1 hr, Time spend by the cook - 10 min.
Rice, pulav, biryani, etc., lentils (daal), boiled/steamed/curried vegetables, fish, chicken, etc. steamed foods like idli, dhokla, etc., and many other items too!
Are you an NGO/CSR team/Donor working in the sector of clean cooking?
Do you know that in spite of LPG connections reaching a large number of poor households in India, traditional polluting cook stoves are still being lighted in a significantly large number of households across India?
We can help you to achieve a REAL change towards clean cooking in rural kitchens.
Clean Energy Access Network (CLEAN)
Indian Network on Ethics and Climate Change (INECC)